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East Lynne

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Dramatised by Edgar K. Bruce from the novel by Mrs. Henry Wood.
Starring Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Peter Graves, Marion Grimaldi
with Joan Young and Tony Beckley
with interpolated songs
At the pianoforte, Mr. Tom McCall
(Michael Denison is appearing in "Hostile Witness" at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham)
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Contributors

Dramatised by: Edgar K. Bruce
From the novel by: Mrs. Henry Wood
Musical arrangements and incidental music: Mr. Edwin Braden
Pianist: Mr. Tom McCall
The Orchestra conducted by: Mr. Billy Ternent
Costumes supervised by: Mr. George Ward
Make-up: Miss Christine Hillcoat
Designer: Mr. Keith Norman
Production: Mr. Douglas Moodie
Richard Hare, a fugitive from justice: Mr. Tony Beckley
Barbara Hare, a devoted sister: Miss Dulcie Gray
Miss Cornelia, an acid spinster: Miss Joan Young
Archibald Carlyle, Squire of East Lynne: Mr. Peter Graves
Lady Isobel, a Dove: Miss Marion Grimaldi
Sir Francis Levison, a Serpent: Mr. Michael Denison
Lord Mount Severn, an English Gentleman: Mr. John Wentworth
Little Willie, the pledge of love: Master Michael Younger
Joyce, a prim parlour-maid: Miss Betty England
Wilson, a pert parlour-maid: Miss Jean Marlow
P.C. Stout, the arm of the law: Mr. George Woodbridge

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